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More To Come On Wyoming Superintendent Investigation

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Legislature’s Select Investigative Committee has heard three days of lengthy testimony in its investigation of state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill. However, there’s still no clear end in sight. The committee is investigating a number of issues and allegations that arose from Hill’s administration of the state Education Department in 2011 and 2012.... Continue Reading
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Public Input Sought For Developing West Snowy Range Travel Management

US Forest Service (SARATOGA, Wyo.)  Jan. 9, 2014 – The U.S. Forest Service, Brush Creek-Hayden (BCH) Ranger District, is seeking public input to help develop future proposals for the West Side Snowy Range Travel Management Project. The analysis area for the project is located on the west side of the Snowy Range and encompasses approximately 210,000 acres on the Medicine Bow National Forest.... Continue Reading
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Northern Lights May Be Visible In Wyoming

By: Image Editor Wyoming residents may have a rare glimpse of the Northern Lights.  Joe Kunches with the Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder says a solar event occurred Tuesday ejecting coronal material from the Sun launching it towards Earth.  The storm is expected to hit the Earth overnight Thursday.... Continue Reading
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UW MBA Students Visit Germany-Based Companies

WCRB Photo January 8, 2014 — Eleven University of Wyoming second-year students in the College of Business MBA Program recently received global business experience visiting family-owned companies based in Germany. The students and UW College of Business faculty members spent a week late last semester visiting the four companies along with MBA student counterparts from Pforzheim University, located in Pforzheim, a town of nearly 120,000 people in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwest Germany at the gate to the Black Forest.... Continue Reading